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Unlocking prevention for meaningful impact – sharing stories of progress

12 Jun 2024
Charter 8
Best Practice Theatre , Quality, transformation and innovation , Supporter session

How do you move beyond population health insight to deliver meaningful impact through prevention? Could prevention approaches which unlock short-term benefits and ease pressures today be the key to unlocking all types of prevention?

Earlier this year the NHS Confederation, Universities of Stirling and Southampton, and Newton began a project to help us better understand the barriers to delivering the shift towards preventative models of health and care that are being experienced at both a system and local level. In addition, the project has sought to unearth examples of progress being made in this area and offer insight into what’s enabling this, exploring in particular the questions above and what this mean for things like prioritisation, building the case for prevention and the role of leadership in all of this.

The session will be an opportunity to hear from two leaders from systems which are making progress towards delivering meaningful impact through prevention, as well as a high-level summary of what we’ve found through our research and the themes we are exploring as a result.

This session is sponsored by Newton.

Dr Kathy McLean, Chair - Nottingham and Nottinghamshire ICS; Derby and Derbyshire ICS
Andy Lumb - Newton
Katherine Saunders, CEO - Alliance for Better Care CIC
Dr Sarah Zaidi, Clinical Lead for Frailty (Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust) and Ageing Well Steward - Mid and South Essex ICS

Supported by Newton